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    How to get to Powerscourt

    by globetrott Updated Sep 13, 2012

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    You can drive easily with your car to Powerscourt that is surrounded by a large park, where you have to pay a small fee already in order to enter that park. Powerscourt and Glendalough can easily be made in a single daytrip from Dublin !
    When you want to come by public transport:
    Take bus #185 from Bray or bus #44 from Dublin to Enniskerry
    Powerscourt Park is open to the public between mid of March and end of October, daily from 09.30a.m. till 05.30p.m.

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    How to get to Glendalough

    by globetrott Updated Sep 13, 2012

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    The easyest way to get to Glendalough is by private car and you may easyly combine it as a fullday-trip in connection with Powerscourt.
    Glendalough-Bus is a perfect means of transport for all back-packers and they offer a daily connection between Dublin & Bray (where you find the closest train-station) and Glendalough, mostly with at least 2 buses in each direction, in summer there are even 3 buses a day at the weekends.
    The Terminus of Glendalough-bus in Dublin is at :
    St. Stephens Green North *NEW*
    In Bray the bus-terminus is at 'The Town Hall'

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    From Dublin to the Wicklow Mountains/Glendalough

    by AR76 Updated Jan 31, 2004

    By bus:
    St.Kevin's Bus Service operates daily from Dublin to Glendalough. Check out their timetable for departure and arrival times.
    Their buses leave from St.Stephen's Green North (on the corner with Grafton Street) and the journey takes just over 2hrs.

    One-way tickets: EUR9.00
    Return tickets: EUR15.00

    By car:
    Cars can take the same route as the bus; the site of Glendalough has a spacious car park.

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    by orlikins Updated Dec 2, 2002

    Nearest airport is Dublin. Regular bus & train service from Dublin.

    As North Wicklow is now considered part of the Dublin commuter belt, the Dublin local surburban rail services the coastal towns of Bray, Greystones and goes as far as Arklow.
    You could really do with a car to get around Wicklow.

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    On the Dublin line

    by orlikins Updated Sep 18, 2002

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    The Dublin suburban rail stretches as far as Arklow. Get the Rosslare bus from Dublin's Store St station.


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